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Just a hop, skip and a jump from NorCal’s viticultural areas in Livermore Valley–a fresh destination for discerning oenophiles and those in the know. Only 35 miles east of San Francisco is the charming Tri-Valley, the warm inland location combined with nightly cool Pacific breezes yields excellent wine grapes.

Las Vegas Modern Luxury |  JANUARY 2019

Continuing his journey from Tuolumne County to San Francisco, Mark Bibby Jackson pops in on Tri-Valley California and discovers a thing or two about fine wines.

Travel Begins at 40 |  DECEMBER 2018

With one of California’s newest brew trails, the East Bay’s Tri-Valley region is earning a reputation as a craft beer destination. Now through January 31, the Tri-Valley Beer Trail aims to “Spread Cheer with Beer” by donating $20, for every beer passport with five stamps, to Taylor Family Foundation, a local non-profit working to preserve the wellness of children with life-threatening illnesses, developmental disabilities and youth at-risk. 

The Independent |  DECEMBER 6, 2018

Hidden on the outskirts of the East Bay and long known as cowboy country with killer wine (and not much else), Livermore has ripened into a day-trip destination worthy of a weekend jaunt.

7&7 |  NOVEMBER 13, 2018

If you fancy yourself a bit of a wine connoisseur – or just really appreciate a glass in the evening – there are hundreds of brilliant wine destinations around the world.

Woman & Home |  OCTOBER 23, 2018

The Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail raised $500 for Valley Humane Society. Organized by Visit Tri-Valley, the Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail ended up not just a success for puppies, it received two awards and national media recognition…

The Independent |  NOVEMBER 1, 2018

Visit Tri-Valley recently raised $500 for the Valley Humane Society in Pleasanton by tapping into residents’ penchant for sweets. The Tri-Valley Ice Cream Trail fundraiser, which sent ice cream lovers to 16 stops throughout Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin and Danville, was hosted by Visit Tri-Valley.

Pleasanton Patch |  OCTOBER 24, 2018

Californians are lauded for out-of-the-box thinking, but not all unconventional ideas take root. Case in point: an initiative sponsored by venture capitalist Tim Draper seeking to split California into three states. The California Supreme Court recently removed “Cal-3” from the ballot, but it prompted us to wonder which region has the best crime record…

Safewise |  OCTOBER 4, 2018

Where once railroad tycoons built massive mansions on Nob Hill in San Francisco, now cable cars take tourists past private clubs and luxury hotels. One of these hotels, the Fairmont San Francisco, has been there since 1906 — it was almost completed when the great earthquake shook…

The New York Times |  OCTOBER 3, 2018

California once drew legions of fortune seekers to its short-lived Gold Rush. Although few newcomers are likely to strike gold in the literal sense today, the Golden State continues to charm big dreamers…

WalletHub  |   SEPTEMBER 19, 2018

One of the fastest-growing cities in California, Dublin sits among the hills 35 miles east of San Francisco. Two stations on the Bay Area’s BART system offer commuters easy access to region’s vibrant tech and business ecosystem…

MONEY |   SEPTEMBER 2018

For avid travelers longing to be captivated by the wistful nostalgia of an overlooked wedge of Northern California that is compassionately enamored with maintaining it’s historic roots, the city of Pleasanton awaits with open arms…

LA Travel Magazine  |   Summer 2017

In the eastern portion of the San Francisco Bay Area, the rolling terrain of Amador, San Ramon, and Livermore Valleys offers visitors an array of ways to getaway…

Touring & Tasting   |   JULY 17, 2018

Livermore will keep the light on for you. The city’s Centennial Light is the world’s longest-lasting lightbulb, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, burning since 1901 and maintained by the fire department. The city…

LA Times   |   JUN 28, 2018

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